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What happens when my trial / temporary key expires?

Product: ModusMail & ModusGate


If the license key you are using is a trial key (i.e. temporary), the product will stop working -  all services will stop and email will be rejected. However, if you have a permanent key and the support plan expires, the auto-update feature for spam and virus definitions will no longer receive updates.  The services will continue to function but there will be no new updates.



 

 

Modified 11/28/2014
Keywords: expired key trial
Article ID: 769